Moonwalking Ponies and Murders in Elevators [Fun Video Friday]

Moonwalking Ponies and Murders in Elevators [Fun Video Friday]

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This week’s batch of videos are nothing less than amazing.  We have a guy who not only sings Stevie Wonder’s “I Wish” but also all the instruments and backing vocals. We see what guys will do with Google Glass once they become available.  We have an amazing interview with Mila Kunis featuring a nervous first-time interviewer.  And the guys from ThinkModo did an interesting human experiment for the movie Dead Man Down that is frightening, amusing, somewhat funny…I don’t even know how to feel about it, honestly.

Fun Video Friday for March 8

This is one of the most amazing things you’ll see ever: Inhyeok Yeo does Stevie Wonder’s “I Wish.”  Like, all of it:

Here’s a clever Russian ad for the WoodyOTime Talking Hamster.  Try not to want one after you see this guy get pulled over by a cop and see the hamster imitate everything that is said during the exchange:

First-time interviewer Chris Stark has made the viral rounds after his nervous interview with Mila Kunis, promoting her new film Oz the Great and Powerful:

Warner Bros. released the highly-anticipated The Hangover III teaser trailer this week:

Iron Man 3 will kick off the summer, and Paramount/Marvel released a brand new trailer for the surefire hit opening May 3:

Cinefix did a homemade remake of the first Iron Man 3 trailer:

Here’s an interesting experiment.  What would you do if you saw a guy strangling someone in an elevator you’re about to get on?  And what’s it with elevators and scary stuff anyway?  Thinkmodo, who has done great stuff with movies in the past, really went down and dirty for the movie Dead Man Down, opening today:

If Google Glass becomes a thing, this is likely how men will use it when they go on dates:

Prankster Magic of Rahat is back terrorizing drive-thru employees with a Chucky doll this time:

UK internet provider Three has a huge viral success with a Moonwalking Pony, something right out of a Super Bowl playbook:

As always, learning and science videos for your Friday, because your brain needs food.  There are some things in this world that have names you had no idea had names, courtesy of Buzzfeed:

ASAP Science shares their knowledge on why we age:

This might be my favorite thumbnail/title combo of the week.  VSauce asks, Should You Eat Yourself?

Finally, Veritasium tells us what frogs can see that we can’t:

As always, have a great Friday.

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